Will Smith applauds himself on day one of Comic-Con International, Thursday, July 20, 2017, in San Diego.
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That's the vibe of Will Smith's big budget Netflix film "Bright," which unveiled its first trailer Thursday in a presentation at Comic-Con.It was the Hall H debut for the streaming service, which brought out Smith, Edgerton, Ayer and the other stars to charm the 6,500 super fans in attendance and get them excited about the $90 million movie, which makes its Netflix debut in December.Ayer said "Bright" is not some standard issue PG-13 movie. Netflix also trotted out the director and cast of its upcoming film horror pic "Death Note," which some Comic-Con attendees will get to see in full Thursday night before its Aug. 25 Netflix launch.
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